Mohamed Salah’s winning strike saved Liverpool’s last night after Red Bull Salzburg surprisingly overturned a three-goal lead at Anfield.
The European champions were beaten 2-0 by Napoli in their opening Group E fixture and vowed to return with a show in their first Champions League match at home this season.
Jurgen Klopp’s men did exactly that in the first half as they stormed into a three-goal lead.
Sadio Mane fired the Reds ahead in just nine minutes before Andrew Robertson made it two and Mohamed Salah seemingly put the game to bed.
But Hwang Hee-chan gave Salzburg a ray of hope with a late strike just before half time, and Salzburg returned after the break with their tails up. Read more